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Free Lance-Star reporter Robyn Sidersky covers Caroline County government and schools. You can reach her at 540/374-5413 or rsidersky@freelancestar.com. You can follow coverage on Facebook or Twitter as well.

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Sheriff’s report

On June 14, 2009, Deputy G. J. Hamilton stopped a vehicle in Carmel Church for a traffic infraction.  After investigating, Paul D. Fiocca, 28, of Milford was charged with petit larceny, no liability insurance and having an open vehicle title.  He was released on summonses and a court date of July 22, 2009 was set.  

On June 14, 2009 Sergeant R. L. Hixson stopped a vehicle in Ruther Glen for a traffic infraction.  After investigating, Michael L. Montecalvo, 34, of Mechanicsville was charged with trespassing, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.  He was ordered held on a $1000 bond and a court date of June 17, 2009 was set. 

On June 15, 2009, Deputy J. K. Miller responded to a theft report in Ruther Glen.  After investigating, Chad T. Beverly, 32, of Glen Allen was charged with 2 counts of grand larceny and Kelly E. Fountain, 26, of Chester was charged with grand larceny.  Both were ordered held without bond and a court date of June 17, 2009 was set.   

On June 14, 2009, Deputy C. A. Heywood encountered trespassers at Fall Hole.  After investigating, Andrew S. Brandhurst, 25, of Richmond was charged with possession of a concealed weapon by a convicted felon, possession of marijuana and trespassing.  He was ordered held without bond.  John W. Morton, 25, of Richmond was charged with trespassing and released on a summons.  Both were assigned court dates of June 17, 2009. 

On June 14, 2009, Deputy C. A. Heywood responded to a domestic in Ruther Glen.  After investigating, James J. Young, 67, of Ruther Glen was charged with malicious wounding and driving under the influence – 4th offense.  He was ordered held without bond and a court date of June 17, 2009 was set.  

On June 15, 2009, Deputy S. Mullane and Deputy M. J. O’Connor responded to an incident in Ruther Glen.  After investigating, Barry M. Hardy, 19, of Ruther Glen was charged assault, malicious wounding and robbery.  He was ordered held without bond and a court date of June 17, 2009 was set. 

On June 11, 2009, Deputy W. D. Lipscomb responded to a report of counterfeiting in Bowling Green.  Investigator B. L. Fedder assisted.  After investigating, James F. King, 30, of Woodford was charged with counterfeiting, uttering, grand larceny, and possession of forged bank notes.  Also charged was William A. Burkins, age unavailable, of Bowling Green.  He was charged with possession of counterfeit money, uttering, and petit larceny.  Both were ordered held under a $2500 bond and a court date of June 19, 2009 was set.   

On June 17, 2009, Deputy W. M. Jones responded to a reported vandalism in Ruther Glen.  After investigating, Elvis M. Smith, 51, of Ruther Glen was charged with felony vandalism.  He was ordered held without bond and a court date of June 19, 2009 was set. 

Caroline County Sheriff’s Office Wrap Up

 

      

According to Sheriff Tony Lippa, Caroline Deputies made 6 drug arrests, 4 DUI arrests, 10 domestic violence arrests, 172 other criminal arrests and issued 8 animal control summons or arrests during the past week.  The deputies served 287 civil papers, issued 312 traffic summonses, handled 5 motor vehicle crashes, responded to 31 alarm calls, and dealt with 11 juvenile offenders.  The Sheriff’s Office Communications Center dispatched 492 calls for service and handled 1,961 telephone inquiries.  The CCSO also logged 22 calls assisting outside agencies and had 342 self-initiated calls. 

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